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MOOSE JAW BLUEGRASS plays bluegrass rooted in the high lonesome sound of the 1940’s - sullied by an affinity for cheap brews, swampy southern rock anthems, and stamped with an outlaw country attitude: Moose Jaw brings the timeless tradition of American roots music into a new era. The band focuses putting a new spin on the old-time tales of ramblers, rovers, and revivals. Since 2016, audiences from all walks of life have hooted and hollered at Moose Jaw’s “blazing fast, workin’ class, and often crass brand of bluegrass.”
Bass player Geff King (2nd from right) played a labor festival with Hazel Dickens; Jason Roe (banjo, middle) is in the organizing department at the IAM, and a member of OPEIU local 2; Stacey Sinclair (fiddle, second from left) is in the teacher's union; Addison Bartlett (mandolin, right), Josh Taylor (left) and Jason's grandfather was an IBEW Local 26 electrician, Jason's father (Josh's uncle) is currently an assistant business agent there.
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